Wish You Knew Mental Health Campaign

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Have a mental health question or need?

Call the Washtenaw County Community Mental Health CARES team 24/7: 734-544-3050. Serving all of Washtenaw County.

Coping through COVID-19

Find information on taking care of your mental health during COVID-19 on this Washtenaw County Health Department webpage and on our Instagram.

Data Snapshot of Washtenaw Youth Mental Health (click on each image to learn more)

Teens who Have an Adult They Trust in Their Neighborhood_ 9th, 11th Graders County_ Washtenaw
Teens who Felt Sad or Hopeless Every Day for the Past 2 Weeks 9th, 11th Graders County_ Washtenaw
Suicide Completions County_ Washtenaw

About #wishyouknew

The Washtenaw County Health Department has teamed up with Washtenaw County Community Mental Health to design a campaign to address community concerns around youth mental health and reducing stigma.

Driven by community conversations, the Wish You Knew Washtenaw campaign aims to spark honest and supportive conversations about mental health between youth and adults. And to spread hope that if we can share our truth with trusted people in our life, we can begin to heal.

Wish You Knew is funded by the Washtenaw County Mental Health and Public Safety Preservation Millage.

#wishyouknew in the News

  • MLive: Emma Share: Reducing stigma isn’t figuring out a way to change someone’s mind
  • CTN FYI: #wishyouknew interview starts at 6:45
  • Metro Parent: Washtenaw County #wishyouknew Targets Teen Mental Health
  • The Sun Times News: What Washtenaw County youth #wishyouknew about their mental health
  • Ann  Arbor Family: #WishYouKnew

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